Through CTUL, low-wage workers are making their voices heard in the workplace, at City Hall, and beyond. Just last week Senator Al Franken stopped by CTUL to hear our members'
Through CTUL, low-wage workers are making their voices heard in the workplace, at City Hall, and beyond. Just last week Senator Al Franken stopped by CTUL to hear our members’ concerns about Trump’s nomination Hardee’s CEO Andrew Pudzer for Secretary of Labor. And after leaders from CTUL’s Defensores de Derechos Committee opened his eyes to the harm wage theft causes to so many of Minnesota’s low-wage workers, Governor Mark Dayton announced on Friday the addition of $1 million to his budget proposal for increasing the MN Department of Labor and Industry’s investigative staff. The Governor has also proposed increased penalties for bosses who repetedly steal wages from their employees. Join us at our 6th Annual Pancake Brunch on Sunday March 12th to find out our plans to take CTUL’s work to the next level, including how you can stand with our low-wage worker members as they lead the way in resisting the Trump economy and demanding fair wages and a voice on the job for all workers.
(Sunday) 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
3715 Chicago Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55407 United States